Ghost CMS vs Wordpress

Hi guys,

I love Ghost CMS it is easy to use, great for SEO, newsletter are integrated, paid membership aswell.
It is open source, super fast. Why do you guys still use WordPress ?

Yes, i am using Wordpress. I would say Ghost CMS and WordPress serve different purposes and audiences, with distinct advantages depending on the user’s needs. Ghost CMS is a modern, open-source platform designed specifically for bloggers and publishers who prioritize speed, simplicity, and SEO out of the box. It offers a clean, minimalist user interface focused on content creation and performance, making it appealing for writers and content creators seeking a streamlined experience. On the other hand, WordPress is a highly versatile and widely used content management system that powers a vast range of websites, from blogs to large e-commerce sites. It boasts an extensive ecosystem of themes and plugins, allowing for high customization and functionality but can be more cumbersome for users primarily interested in blogging or who require a lean, fast-loading website. While WordPress offers flexibility and a vast support community, Ghost CMS appeals to those prioritizing content delivery and performance with a less complex setup.


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Marketers really have lost touch with the idea of how to sound like a normal user.


It’s great to hear that you’re enjoying Ghost CMS! It definitely has its perks with its user-friendly interface, strong SEO capabilities, integrated newsletter features, and support for paid memberships. Plus, being open-source and lightning-fast are huge bonuses.

As for why some people still use WordPress, it often comes down to personal preference and specific needs. WordPress has a massive ecosystem with a wide range of themes, plugins, and customization options, making it a versatile platform for various types of websites. Additionally, some users may already be familiar with WordPress and its extensive documentation and support resources.

Ultimately, the best platform depends on individual requirements and goals. It’s fantastic to have options like Ghost and WordPress to choose from, each catering to different preferences and workflows

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